I loved my music lessons as a child and was very fortunate to have had many wonderful teachers who inspired me to choose a career in teaching music.
I earned my Music Education degree with honors from Rhode Island College. Since then I have spent almost 40 years teaching in a variety of settings including public and private schools, camps, children's theater, and private piano lessons. I also play and teach the accordion.
Keyboard for Kids is located in North Attleboro, at 16 South Washington Street. Piano and accordion lessons are usually a half hour a week. Informal performances are held at least twice per year, and in the spring there is a more formal recital with awards and trophies.
Teaching piano is my "calling" in life. I find every day interesting, and every lesson different from another.
My family (not only my daughter, which is actually the one playing piano) LOVE Mrs. Linda. She is an amazing and caring teacher, not afraid to go extra mile. She is always on the go trying to engage students in fun activities to keep practice days up and to organize challenges and unforgettable theme recitals, such as the October fest or the Hollywood one. Highly recommend!
Lynda Fish is an amazing teacher. My son began piano lessons 6 years ago and switched to the accordion about 2 years ago. My 2 younger children began lessons over the last 2 years. They enjoy the incentives to practice, as well as the casual coffee houses and yearly piano recitals.